Reading Partners AmeriCorps Member

Reading Partners

About the organization

Reading Partners is a national literacy nonprofit that engages community volunteers and AmeriCorps service members to support elementary-aged students on their path toward reading proficiency. Our dedicated volunteers come from diverse backgrounds and life experiences and provide bi-weekly one-on-one tutoring to students, either in person or through our new online tutoring system. Our traditional, in-person program is proven to help children master the reading fundamentals necessary to become confident learners across all subjects. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Reading Partners urgently evolved program delivery to ensure students continue to receive the critical literacy tutoring in any learning environment.


The AmeriCorps Distance Tutoring Coordinator plays a critical role in our school-based operations within the region. In response to Covid-19, Reading Partners will implement a distance tutoring program, for which the AmeriCorps Distance Tutoring Coordinator will serve in collaboration with other AmeriCorps members and/or Reading Partners staff as a team in order to deliver the program. This role may lead all student support services to ensure their success in the program. The Distance Tutoring Coordinator also serves as the lead logistical and family, student, and volunteer engagement support, ensuring all parties are equipped to attend and successfully complete their sessions. They accomplish this by coordinating and coaching tutors, communicating with, coordinating, and supporting families, observing distance tutoring sessions for student needs, and maintaining data systems related to distance tutoring. Distance Tutoring Coordinators will also provide direct technical support, as needed, to students and families while implementing the distance tutoring program. This is an exciting new and adapted role that supports new programming created in response to Covid-19 and is an opportunity to serve and get involved in a literacy program that works! s


Are dedicated to national and community service
Root your service in our vision & values
Can problem-solve through challenges and failures
Are flexible given the ever-changing environment of serving in public schools, and are adaptable in both work style and work environment
Understand this position is an AmeriCorps service commitment
Are dedicated to successfully completing a full term of service.
Demonstrate a passion for working with children
Possess a natural ability to connect with people
Are eager for a dynamic schedule
Pay strong attention to detail and manage competing priorities effectively
Boast a deep belief in and passionately promote our mission
Demonstrate a love for relationship-building and public speaking
Demonstrate an eagerness to train and manage volunteers
Take initiative in meeting goals and seeking professional growth
Can quickly learn new technology systems like Salesforce and have a high level of comfort with Google Apps and Zoom Conferencing
Possess a high school diploma or GED
Hold US Citizenship or Permanent Resident Status
Have not completed more than three (3) prior AmeriCorps or VISTA service terms


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